Get your black-eyeliner out, the kings of emo-rock might be bringing back the Black Parade
It looks like 2016 is going to be the year for reunions.
Teenagers of the noughties, prepare to feel very nostalgic.
The Spice Girls have already teased a possible reunion, and now My Chemical Romance are also jumping into the reunion ring.
In 2006, the band smashed onto the music scene with their hit Welcome To The Black Parade and spawned a legion of eye-liner wearing fans.
After sky-rocketing to fame, the band shocked fans by breaking up in 2013.
On Wednesday they gave their fans hope by tweeting:
Hopefully, the speculations are true and emo will be chic again.
Who doesn't remember Welcome To The Black Parade?
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